After trying to park in town which was busy and impossible we drove out of town and found a private road where we were welcomed by a resident and offered parking out side her house. We were then given directions for the bus in to town. This turned out to be and excellent idea, not having to worry about parking tickets etc. We had a look at the English Market and wished we had a larger fridge in the camper, so much lovely fresh food. A visit here is a must. We then took the tour bus, a one and a quarter hour ride. We went around once to get a knowledge of the site and then went again. We dropped of at the railway station where parts of the Great train robbery were filmed and aginin the Shannon Quarter where there is the Butter Museum and the church with the two faced clock which is called because of the clock hands which would show one time on one face and another on the other side according to the weather and winds, I believe the hands were made of wood with no anchorage. There is also a huge salmon on the top of the steeple. Quite a fascinating little area. Sadly we had no more to tarry as there was a boat to reach soon at Rosslare. Really must ry and go back!
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